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are right, it is developing fast and furious, the c.i.a. director is out but the questions for our nation's intelligence security have only begun. who is in charge right now? growing fears bad guy could take advantage of this american intelligence power vacuum. welcome, everyone, i am neil cavuto at fox on top of a black eye for the c.i.a., gem general's departure is the latest between benghazi and what intelligence officials knew and didn't know and growing unrest in the middle east and what the c.i.a. knows and doesn't know. a shot out of left field that leaves my guest questioning the timing of all of this, lieutenant colonel on the phone. >>caller: the timing is too perfect, the obama administration, as the administration claimed it was coincidence that the benghazi consulate was attacked on the anniversary of september 11th now it is convince dense the affair surfaces right after the election, not before but right after and before the intelligence chiefs go to capitol hill to get grilled. as an old intelligence analyst, and i could be totally wrong this is my interpretation, the admi
numbers and bank accounts. we have in idea but the fact that the director of the c.i.a. put himself in such a position where he could be compromised by someone he thought he could trust is totally outrageous. >>neil: we do know that john f. kennedy got the attention of hoover? >>guest: and kgb. >>neil: but i raise this much, there is concern about loose lips and what is scoffed accidentally, how did that become a big national security issue and why should we worry now? >>guest: remember, the director of the c.i.a. is supposedly the keeper of all of the secrets, what a lot of these guys either may not understand, know, or disregard, is that they are also being watched. they are much bad by their own teams and watched by their own government, and watched by foreign governments. >>neil: but the c.i.a. keeping track of the chief spy's mail, someone is watching guy who is swamping them. >>guest: there are many layers to prevent this from blowing out up. the irony here, and this is why this is a bigger discovery than just this simple affair, because the f.b.i. was flagged by another woman
. >>reporter: the acting director of the c.i.a. breached the house and senate minority leaders on capitol hill today and the senate foreign affairs committee held a closed hearing, the first of half a dozen hearings or briefings on the attack, where both democrats and republicans insist that general petraeus must testify. >> today's briefing is the first of a number briefings that will occur and i would like to hear from him the next week or so. he just has gotten back from a trip over there, but, also, what happened in a real time version because the american people have a right to know. >>reporter: the former c.i.a. director should be required to testify, the white house spokesman suggesting general petraeus insight was not mandatory. >> i say it is up to congress to make decisions about who called to testify. the president is confident the acting director is fully informed and capable of representing the c.i.a. in a hearing about the insurance didn't in benghazi. >>reporter: republican congressman peter king said he wants to hear from the former c.i.a. director so he can explain what he kne
: a sex scandal ended this man's career, and how much could it affect this man's career, saying that c.i.a. new from day one benghazi attack was terrorism and the white house said otherwise. the ball is in the president's court the next move could make. >> the difference. a presidential historian on the implications of all of this, douglas, what do you think? >>guest: well, the part robert frost wrote the only way out is through, the only way we get out of this and the white house will get around benghazi is to come clean on what transpired. it seems they are stuck on what is unclassified c.i.a. material versus classified material. it is stuck on the fact we don't know who took out the notion that al qaeda was behind the benghazi attack. there is a mystery person who seems to have excised this for national security reasons. susan rice gave a misleading report. >>neil: the president was upset that republicans were ganging up on her. to your point, she was the person brought out on all the shows to talk about this. it seemed like false rage? >>guest: she has been with him since 2008 and he w
himself new powers, with some burning his office, and the former c.i.a. operative is not buying what the president morsi is saying. wayne, thanks for joining us. what does this mean? is this, is he turning himself into a dictator overnight? violence is not just in gazas now, it is erupt elsewhere. how dangerous is this making the region? >>guest: that makes the region as dangerous as it already was, more dangerous. what we have is exactly what i said many times in the past, and my military colleagues knew once the muslim brotherhood had seized control and that is what they have done, threw president morsi, this was a no-brainer. he has virtually stolen thought only constitution, he has run out the parliament, he has lone out -- which they do not have now -- and egyptians are saying, everything was going to be great, wonderful, and president morsi came in and took over and now look what we have. so, this is a very, very dangerous situation. >> ambassador rice on the 21, raised president morsi for security efforts. did she speak too soon? >>guest: she seems to have a habit of doing tha
the decision not to rescue our form c.i.a. operatives and our military. it is almost incomprehensible when we started to overthrow qadaffi a year ago, over a year ago, we had this exact discussion. it didn't take a crystal ball to tell you and tell your viewers this is exactly what the end result was going to be. we throw out a known quantity, a very, very bad guy, qaddafi, we understand that and we arm, as i said them, al qaeda, hamas, muslim brotherhood, and what do we do? we put our guys out in harm's way and lead them to slaughter. this is absolutely going to be in my opinion will go down when everything shakes out and we find out who did what, we will find out this will be one of the greatest political and military tragedies since vietnam. >>neil: do you think the way democrats are playing it, keep it under wraps or contain it until the election. something changed when cbs news, to be fair, has been following this story very aggressively but it got special prominence when the main stream media started picking up on the reports and started digging into this in or is it too little too late
trump the cia, especially if the president says to him, i am not suggesting he did, but he could have, look, we need to clean this up a little bit. we are doing really well. it is about time for the election and we are doing well for national security and this could blow our cover. thank you for joining us, sir. >> thank you. >> thank you, stewart. >> if you are flying home for the holidays, you could be spreading something else. >>> they are scary, unwanted, uninvited, and i am not just talking about your in-laws flying into the town for the holidays. i am talking about the germs on planes. theythey are not just in the bathroom. he is known as dr. jerl and has been looking into this. i always thought the dirtest place on the plane is the bath m rue. it is, isn't it? >> oh yes, it is probably the germiest bathroom you will ever go into in your life. >> am i right that you found e-coli on the handles to the sink in lavatories on 41% of flights? that sounds serious to me. >> yes you would be amazed. there is 50 people per toilet on an airplane. it is difficult to wash your hand. the sin
.b.i. possibly not tell the c.i.a. what the survivors said two days after the tragedy, and that is, there was no demonstration? it's mind mindboggling. >>neil: she could be the president's chinese to succeed hillary clinton as secretary of state. >> well, everyone can be come natured and go through the hearings and debate and discussion but i would be hard pressed. >>neil: would you support john kerry? >> let's go through the process. john kerry came a whisker of being president of the united states, and that's working if his favor. but i would love to hear him make the case. i don't have anything in his background like this tragedy in benghazi that would make me really want to carefully examine the whole situation. >>neil: you know him pretty well and there was talk he wanted you on his ticket, do you know if he is frustrated he could be passed up for the secretary of state position? >> i think john has been very careful about his views on this situation. and appropriately so i have not heard him express any specifics. >>neil: if i could move on to grover norquist and some of the
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